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    TEXT VERSION OF SLIDE:

    Title: Overview of OSHA and The Dow Chemical Company Case Studies
    Type: Text Slide
    Content:

    • Contractor Safety
    • Motor Carrier Safety
    • Motor Vehicle Accidents
    • Ergonomics
    The views expressed in these case studies do not necessarily represent the official position or policy of the U.S. Department of Labor.

    [Includes the Alliance and OSHA logos]

    Speaker Notes:

    OSHA and The Dow Chemical Company signed an Alliance on Jan. 13, 2003 (renewed May 26, 2004, May 12, 2006, and June 27, 2008). The Alliance focuses on enhancing a culture of prevention while sharing proven practices and technical knowledge in the areas of but not limited to process safety management, safety and health management systems, emergency preparedness, and employee wellness programs. Additional information on the OSHA and The Dow Chemical Company Alliance is available on the Alliance Web page on the OSHA Web site.

    As a product of the OSHA and The Dow Chemical Company Alliance, Dow developed four case studies. This presentation provides a brief overview of the case studies.
    • Contractor Safety: Texas Operations Contractor Alliance for Safety (TOCAS) at Dow Facility in Freeport, Texas (Sep. 2008)
    • Motor Carrier Safety: A Collaborative Approach to Reducing Motor Carrier Incidents (Mar. 2006)
    • Motor Vehicle Accidents: The Dow Chemical Companys Use of "Six Sigma" Methodology (Dec. 2005)
    • Ergonomics Case Study: The Dow Chemical Companys Use of the "Six Sigma" Methodology (May 2004)
    The case studies are posted on OSHAs Web site at www.osha.gov. See the Success Stories and Case Studies page on OSHAs Compliance Assistance page or The Dow Chemical Company page on OSHAs Alliance page.

    The views expressed in these case studies do not necessarily represent the official position or policy of the U.S. Department of Labor.